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Lindsey Hansen
Lindsey  Hansen


Valparaiso, Fla.

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Three Spartans Earn NFCA All-Region Honors

Foerster, Eveland, Carrasco Honored


Three Spartans Earn Postseason Big Ten Honors

Foerster, Eveland and Long are Spartan Honorees


Softball Welcomes First Home Games Of 2017 Season

MSU plays its first home games after 26 road contests


Spartans Ready for Five Games in the Desert

MSU heads to No. 17 Arizona State for five games


Spartans Open 2016 At FGCU Kickoff Classic

MSU returns solid core, adds talented freshman class for 2016

Career Stats
2008 Game-by-Game Stats
2009 Game-by-Game Stats
2010 Game-by-Game Stats

2010: Third-Team All-Big Ten honoree ... Led the team in nearly every offensive statistic including batting average (.368), slugging percentage (.723), on base percentage (.413), runs scored (30), hits (57), doubles (18), home runs (11) and total bases (112) ... Ended the 2010 season atop the conference leaderboard with 18 doubles, ranking her 16th in the nation this year ... Fifth in the Big Ten with 112 total bases and sixth in slugging percentage (.723) ... Impressed defensively with a team-high 106 assists on the season ... Improved to 10th all-time in career batting average with a .308 mark ... Finished the year second on the team in runs batted in (27), tied for second for triples (two) and tied for third in stolen bases (four) ... Ranks fourth all-time in career home runs with 22 ... Her 11 homers this season put her in third in a single season ... Is now eighth all-time in program history with 57 extra-base hits ... Concluded the year with the seventh-best batting average in the conference (.368) - the 10th-best single season record in school history ... Ended the season 13th nationally in doubles per game and 48th nationally in slugging percentage (.723) ... Had a nine-game hitting streak starting with Western Michigan (March 24) and lasted until MSU's first game against Penn State (April 14) ... Posted a season-high three runs scored vs. Wright State (Feb. 19) ... Recorded five RBIs against Wisconsin (May 15), ranking her tied for sixth in a single-game performance ... Registered one triple against Cal State-Northridge (Feb. 28) and Canisius (March 21) ... Recorded four putouts vs. Missouri State (Feb. 13) ... Her two doubles against George Washington (March 13) is tied for third all-time for a single-game performance ... Had a season-high six assists against Penn State (April 14) ... Appeared in and started all 52 games.

2009: Started all 49 games for MSU at shortstop ... Led the team with 32 runs, nine doubles, three triples, 10 home runs, 30 RBIs and 91 total bases ...Was second on the team with a .591 slugging percentage and third in hits with 46 ... Tied for the team-lead in stolen bases with nine, and had a team-high 95 assists ... Had a team-high four at-bats on 14 occasions ... Posted 10 multi-hit games ... Led the team with nine runs, 13 hits and six doubles in Big Ten play ... Opened the season with a four-game hit streak ... Hit the game-winning single in the seventh inning over St. John's (2/14) ... Tallied her first home run of the season in a win over Georgetown (2/14) ... Notched a solo homer against nationally-ranked DePaul (2/20), beginning a six-game hit streak ... Hit her second home run in as many games against Fairfield (2/21) ... Went 4-for-6 with five runs against Northern Illinois and Samford, including going 3-for-3 against Northern Illinois with a two-run home run. Also tallied a two-run homer against Samford, her second in as many games and on the day (2/28) ... Named Big Ten Player of the Week on March 2 for her performance at the Magic City Classic, helping the Spartans to wins over Northern Illinois and Samford ... Posted three RBIs in games against Georgetown and Elon, including a two-run homer against Georgetown (3/8) ... Began a three-game home run streak on March 24 ... Recorded a home run in both games of a doubleheader against Detroit, including going 3-for-3 in game two against Detroit (3/25) ... Registered a solo home run at then-No. 8 Northwestern (4/1) ... Went 3-for-4 at the plate against Central Michigan (4/15) ... Tallied three RBIs in the first game of a doubleheader with Oakland (4/23) ... Went 2-for-3 against Wisconsin in a 5-3 win, including hitting a double to score the game-tying run in the seventh with two outs (5/3).

2008: Made 42 appearances with 27 starts ... Posted 11 runs, 19 hits and eight RBIs ... Had 158 putouts, third best on the team ... Registered an RBI in back-to-back games against Cal State Fullerton (2/22) and Oregon (2/23) at the Palm Springs Classic ... Recorded a career-high two RBIs in an 8-0 win over Coastal Carolina (3/8) ... Notched an RBI in a 6-2 win over Bowling Green (3/16) ... Posted two runs and recorded her first career stolen base in a 4-3 win over Ohio State (4/4) ... Hit her first career home run and had two runs in a 5-4 win over Western Michigan (4/9) ... Tallied her first career double against Iowa (4/12) ... Registered two RBIs in an 8-2 win over Oakland (4/23) ... Had two hits, including a double, against Michigan (4/25) ... Posted a career-high 14 putouts playing first base in game two of a doubleheader against Penn State (4/27) ... Recorded a season-high five at-bats and had a career-high three assists against Detroit (5/1) ... Notched a double and a run to help the Spartans defeat then-No. 6 Michigan (5/8) in the opening game of the Big Ten Tournament.

High School: A four-year letterwinner in softball and three-year letter winner in volleyball, where she also served as captain in 2005-06 ... Named to numerous all-area teams in softball, including first team in 2004-05 and honorable mention in 2005-06 ... Added additional all-area awards in volleyball, including first team in 2005-06 and second team in 2004-05 ... In 2003-04, her softball team ranked 11th nationally.

Club Softball: Played for the 18U Gold High Intensity softball club.

Personal Daughter of Jennifer and Shawn Keen ... Born June 19, 1989 ... Grandmother played softball at New Mexico in 1950s.


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